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. >> katie marzullo is at the chp office in martinez. let's begin with amy hollyfield. >> reporter: not just chp officers who are here visiting at the hospital. there are officers from the walnut creek and concord police departments and the contra costa county sheriff's department they've all offered their peer support teams to be here and help. the chp continued its constant presence here at the hospital in walnut creek this morning. officers are committed to making sure injured officer kenyon youngstrom is never alone. they are offering support to his family and the colleagues who worked-w >> somber. a lot of reflection. a lot of question marks as to how this type of incident could occur. >> reporter: youngstrom was shot by a driver he pulled over on i-680 in alamo yesterday morning. another officer who arrived as back-upshot and killed the driver. colleagues describe 37-year-old youngstrom as a man with his feet planned firmly on the ground. he's married and has four kids. >> a real conscientious officer, caring, family man, christian man that is going to get his family and us through thi
out of school for a week because of a massive sinkhole. katie marzullo is there. >> reporter: besides the new pavement you can see at the intersection which is a temporary fix, permanent fix a couple weeks out. back-to-school do over. >> i'm glad the school is open i thank the lord and i hope everybody is safe and it is healthy for the kids to attend. >> we are happy that kids would be back-to-school now. everything is okay, school is like looks fine now. great. >> reporter: a week ago two days into the new school year, massive sinkhole at corner of sunny detail and kora sent water flooding into the school. today the streets are fixed and so is most of the school. >> smells like a new car, it is great inside ain't looks beautiful. >> reporter: the principal says the entire school has been recarped -- carpeted and all desks sanitized. the gym is out of commission indefinitely. >> since we are an inner city school the kids rely on the gym, they can walk from here over there to go to our gym. now we don't have a gym to practice sports and for games. >> reporter: the convent suffered the
jennings. right now a meeting on the chevron refinery fire. >> katie marzullo joins us live outside the packed meeting in san francisco. >> reporter: it is a packed meeting. the main room is full there are two over-flow rooms on another floor. at last check only a handful of people in one of those rooms. video we shot as people were arriving. one group brought t-shirts to hand out that read: healthy richmond. one of the bigger questions residents want answered is why did the board say the air quality was okay right after the but a few days later say there were harmful particles in the air? in their own words here are the concerns by some of residents and the answer given by the chairman of the board who i interviewed ahead of the meeting who happens to be a county supervisor representing richmond. >> in gap between information and monitoring has been going on too long and it is time to bridge that gap. >> air quality board needs to be proactive not reactive. which is what they seem to be. >> the air district only had relatively limited testing and was not able to grab samples of the
companies. katie marzullo continues our coverage. >> reporter: we've seen an outpouring of support here at the office this is where officer youngstrom worked. if you look at the front door you can see the flowers, also this morning earlier for a couple of hours if you take a look at this video, a group of three people took it upon themselves to stand guard at the driveway holding american flags. they told me they wanted to show support of the officers arriving for work in morning and were adamant that the story is not about them. the man i interviewed did not want to give his name. >> we do support them with their fallen comrade right now, it has to be a tough moment to go out the shift. >> gentleman got up to do his work, to make a living for his family and he doesn't get to go home and we are hoping he does get to go home soon. >> reporter: you can hear how choked up peggy was as she dropped off flowers. she told me she doesn't know the officer or have members of law enforcement in her family she just feels so awful about the situation. no doubt this tribute will continue to grow at t
this morning. katie marzullo will have a live report in about 30 minutes. >> kenyon youngstrom was laid to rest yesterday at a cemetery in dickson. nearly 4,000 mourners including governor jerry brown and attorney general pamela harris paid their respects during the two-hour service for the 37-year-old officer. youngstrom died after being shot last week during a traffic stop on interstate 680. he is survived by his wife and four children. his teenage son also spoke at the service. if you would like to help the family go to any bay area branch of wflg or mechanics branch and ask to contribute to their memorial fund. >> kristen: they are bracing for possible more violent protests in the muslim world following friday weekly prayers today. angry demonstrations against an anti-islam film continue in egypt. this is within the past couple of hours, with protestors facing off egyptian forces. meanwhile, this is what was left of the consulate in libya after it was attacked by militants on tuesday night. an attack that killed the u.s. ambassador and three other americans there. the libyan government anno
the 11th anniversary of september 11th. katie marzullo is live in the newsroom to begin our team coverage. >> reporter: there will be memorial events at all three locations where the terror attacks occur first live to new york city the ceremony there will be unique this year, only relatives will be reading the names of the 2977 victims who died there. government officials will not speak there today. president obama and others will be marking the day in washington the president will observe a moment of silence before going to an observance ceremony at the pentagon. vice president biden is expected to speak at the san francisco bound flight 93 memorial near shanksville, pennsylvania. land turns have been placed there and -- participants will ring bells of remembrance. >> it is difficult to find some peace and quiet time to celebrate my son. >> i think that everybody wants to remember 9/11. but, we need to have our privacy too. >> reporter: some 4 1/2 million people have visited the 9/11 memorial since it opened last year. the new 1 world trade center stands tall. also marking somber day pre
ties. katie marzullo is live with the latest. >> reporter: there are protests right now in egypt. it was the earlier violence in libya that killed a u.s. ambassador with bay area ties. ambassador chris stevens was born and raised in northern california he graduated from uc berkeley in 1982 and hastings college of law in 1989 he had just become ambassador in libya in may of this year. he was killed in a rocket attack on his car as he tried to leave the embassy, which was unseen. three other americans also killed all with senior security positions. protesters swarmed the embassy reportedly over an amateur film made by an american that ridiculed islam's prove fit mohammed. protesters -- stormed the embassy and tore down the american flag. -- secretary of state clinton is concerned the protest might spread to other countries and u.s. embassies throughout the arab world are on high alert. >>> milpitas police released photos of three wanted in connection with weekend murder of a convenience store clerk. these pictures from a store camera in the 7-eleven on north milpitas boulevard. thr
students the dangers of texting and driving in a new, fun way they can relate to. katie marzullo is live at skyline high. >> reporter: it is happening behind us, you can see it over my shoulder it is like a video game, hopefully, serious in that young people can learn how dangerous it is to drive while texting without learning the hard way in drivers ed you are taught to keep both hands-on the wheel. nowadays a teenaged driver is likely to have one hand on a cell phone. >> you want to like be able to reply fast. >> reporter: keeping this constant contact can be dangerous, even deadly. at&t and skyline high in oakland hope this simulator would be a lifesaving, life lesson. david was confident about his ability to text and drive. >> i choose not to, but i think i come >> reporter: that has educators and a tafpblt. worried. >> a lot of students are starting to dive, it is really important that they he understand what the potential cam cases could be. >> we think it is imperative that you act responsibly and use phones when appropriate not while you are driving. >> reporter: now back to the
of selling it. katie marzullo is live at the school with the story. shocked parents. >> reporter: yes shocked parents and they will be bombarded with information when they get here. an employee told us that district workers, would be here this morning in full force, giving out information, answering questions people might have. they are sending out a letter to all parents today in three languages. this because of 42-year-old eric lewis, the principal here at montague elementary for the past seven years or so, he was making $114,000 a year now on unpaid administrative leave. police say he's a methamphetamine dealer. they arrested him friday in an undercover operation in san francisco where he lives. parents who already heard about this, are definitely shocked and surprise. >> we got a call from another neighbor saying did we hear about principal lewis? i said what? they said he was arrested for selling drugs. that just doesn't seem like it would fit his demeanor. >> reporter: another parent told us that he won't know if the accusations again the principal are true until he sees more evidence.
that the principal was arrested. >> he's accused of trying to sell meth. katie marzullo joins us with reaction. >> reporter: i talked with parents they were dropping their kids off. it is the first school day without their principal eric lewis. he's in jail first court appearance this afternoon. district officials and parents tell me they never saw this coming. families flock to montague elementary in santa clara as theyz would any monday morning. but the day is different. >> we were disappointed. mr. lewis is respected here. >> i was shocked, everybody was shocked. >> it surprised everybody. didn't see nothing like that >> reporter: it is not just parents. >> we're shocked. i think shocked is the word that keeps coming from anybody. >> reporter: police arrested the principal thursday after eric lewis met with an undercover agent at a caltrain for alleged drug deal. the agent contacted lewis on a dating website. search of lewis' home turned up meth, scales and other drugs. he's been the principal for seven years and was well liked and respected and the school was thriving. >> i think our hirin
driven by the tight housing market. katie marzullo is live in the south of market area itch >> reporter: -- here take a look at building across the street this houses so-called microapartments the units 300 square feet. the new rules would allow those to come down to 220 square feet about the size of a parking space we are standing in now. 220 square feet. we have video we want to show you of a mock-up microapartment. these were created by berkeley developer patrick kennedy he's working on another development in somo. you are looking at 150 square feet of living space, bathroom, kitsch and closet that will get you up to 220 this is the concept of supervisor scott weiner saying it is the only affordable housing in san francisco, the only way singles can afford to live here who make up more than 40% of san francisco population, these would go if $1200 to $1700 a month compared to the price of a studio, more than $2,000. opponents say it is going to create a city that is too dense going to put strain on public transportation and while the mock-ups are pretty the real ones could end up with
the environment. katie marzullo joins us from brook field elementary to explain how. >> reporter: there's plenty of reading, writing and arithmetic taught here. the students are also learning hands-on, how to care for their environment. the school day starts with breakfast in the 4th grade class. it is what happens after breakfast that is special. >> we just put our breakfast in the right bins that shows the pictures. >> reporter: no trash chance they meticulously separate waste in the classroom and in the cafeteria so that nothing goes to waste. >> they understand the environment stays clean and by composting and separating they help the environment. >> reporter: part of green gloves program. nearly half of the schools in the oakland unified district are participating and in doing so the district is diverting more than 41% of solid waste from the landfill. >> we take the scraps and take them to a recycling facility and create compost and return that back to the schools for their gardens. we close the loop. >> reporter: the students reap benefits in their gardens. the program is in its second ye
headquarters today. the >>> oakland students earning a's in helping the environment. katie marzullo joins us from brook field elementary to explain how. >> reporter: there's plenty of reading, writing and arithmetic taught here. the students are also learning hands-on, how to care for their environment. the school day starts with breakfast in the 4th grade class. it is what happens after breakfast that is special. >> we just put our breakfast in the right bins that shows the pictures. >> reporter: no trash chance they meticulously separate waste in the classroom and in the cafeteria so that nothing goes to waste. >> they understand the environment stays clean and by composting and separating they help the environment. >> reporter: part of green gloves program. nearly half of the schools in the oakland unified district are participating and in doing so the district is diverting more than 41% of solid waste from the landfill. >> we take the scraps and take them to a recycling facility and create compost and return that back to the schools for their gardens. we close the loop. >> reporter: the
be traced to a controversial movie. >> katie marzullo is live in the breaking news center with the latest. >> reporter: new now the white house is reacting to death of u.s. ambassador to libya, chris stevens born and raised in northern california graduated from uc berkeley in 1982 and hastings college of law in 1989. he had just become the ambassador of libya in may of this year. he was killed in a rocket attack on his car as he tried to leave the embassy, which was under seen. reports are saying that three -- was under seen. reports are saying three others were killed as well. president obama has released a statement within the last 20 minutes or so it says in part: on a personal note, chris was a courageous and exemplary representative of the united states. he selflessly served our country and the libyan people at our mission in benghazi. his legacy will endure wherever human beings reach for liberty and justice. i'm profoundly grateful for his service to my administration and deeply saddened by the loss. a statement from president obama. protesters had swarmed the embassy in benghazi,
to california. you saw it takeoff live from houston this morning on abc7. katie marzullo is live in the newsroom with where you can see it here in the bay area. >> reporter: the shuttle has been in the air an hour and a half now. let's watch that beautiful takeoff from houston again as i tell you where it goes from here. the shuttle is going to make a quick fueling stop around 8:30 in el paso, texas then on to new mexico and tucson, arizona. the tucson fly over was a special request by astronaut mark kelly he commanded the last flight. he and his wife wounded congresswoman gabrielle giffords live in tucson. liftoff from edwards air force base going to be around 7:15 tomorrow morning. from in north to sacramento then east bay starting in hayward from there bay area hot spots there are several places where you can see it for yourself. at 8 a.m., pajama party planned at the chabot space and science center in oakland. pajamas optional, $15.95 for adult ticket. berkeley hall of science good view bring binoculars and $1.50 for parking. over the golden gate bridge at 1500 feet expected 8:30 tomorrow mo
stay on the road. >>> good morning i'm katie marzullo live in san francisco asking the age old question how much space do you really need? san francisco supervisors could decide to lower the minimum amount of square footage for a legal apartment in the city. >>> high temperatures for today, 80s inland, 70s bay, more cloud could have at the coast upper 50s to low 60s, 64 in san francisco. 65 in seattle, 71 portland mid to upper 70s east turn seaboard. -- east turn seaboard. st. louis has rain moving away, san francisco 45 minute flight arrival delays oakland and >>> good tuesday morning, 6:30. beautiful live picture the sun is just about to rise that orange horizon glow gorgeous shot. >> that's light with the cloud cover the red is a line across the screen like expect , really pretty. >> -- we can go on forever. >>> let's start with live doppler some of those low clouds are not dropping rain, mist within the clouds especially along the coast and north bay where we have the thickest fog radar quiet now. foggy around the bay mainly san francisco and peninsula, 50s. hazy sun bay noon, by 4:
. katie marzullo is here with reaction. >> reporter: this is the play the replacement ref ruling what looked like an interception touchdown giving green baena controversial win over seattle. >> call stands touchdown. >> reporter: it was a jaw-dropper for fans, players and eye-opener for nfl owners. >> it became clear this is more than winners and losers and complaining about a bad call. >> reporter: after getting nowhere for months the past 48 hours sought intensive negotiations. the lockout is lifted and there's a deal on the table. starting tonight, not a moment too soon for players. >> sweet. >> great to have the regular refs back. >> reporter: sources say both sides are pleased officials get more money and benefits and the nfl has the power to hire and train back-ups to replace bad ones. in the last hour commissioner goodell said this >> you don't go into one of these trying to create a win/ lose. you create a win/win. you are looking for a long term agreement that people can say we're proud of. >> reporter: some players are taking reaction to twitter. stiller of the bills saying
now to remember their loved ones. katie marzullo continues our live team coverage. >> reporter: two things right now. president obama at the pentagon for a 9/11 memorial ceremony. we want to take threw. here's a live look arlington, virginia we just saw the president, first lady, defense secretary panetta arrive at an easel that was set up and have a moment of silence at a wreath hung there the president and leon panetta, also the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff will make remark there is. for now you see the crowd and the flag hanging from the pfpbt gone behind the group. another live look now -- ground zero in new york city. family members reading all 2977 names of the people who killed in the twin towers. they began the hours long process, 30, 40 minutes ago. for the first time no politicians are going to participate following that theme, president obama and mitt romney have pulled their negative ad campaigns for the day. let's listen in now live as some of those names are read. . christine eagan, michael eagan. samantha martin eagan. lisa karen airwick. >> reporter: this pr
'm katie marzullo in for kristen sze. >>> meteorologist mike nicco here with an early look at weather. >>> good morning. nice to see you both. nice to see you too. dense fog along the coast visibility down to a quarter mile in some areas advisory for the next couple of hours there. by the afternoon mostly sunny at the coast, 62 to 65 sunny around the bay, 72 san francisco, 84 in our warm spot inland summer heat hanging on 87 to 94 with sunshine. more in a minute. here's eric with the news. >>> relatives of a 23-year-old man shot to death by police yesterday say the official story doesn't add up. they are demanding answers from the vallejo police department. amy hollyfield is live in vallejo where there have been several officer-involved shootings this summer. >> reporter: the family has questions so does the police department with some officers having concerns that procedure wasn't followed. 23-year-old mario romero was shot by police who fired more than 30 rounds. police say he never fired at officers. he and another man were sitting in a parked car in lemon park, an area known for g
with the 9/11 anniversary and maybe not having anything to do with that movie. katie marzullo, abc7 news. >>> in oakland police are investigating two shootings within 40 minutes of each other that left three injured. two were shot in the leg around 8:40 last night on 98th avenue in east oakland they are in stable condition. the second shooting 9:15, 32nd and magnolia streets in west oakland. the victim went to the hospital on their own accord also in stable condition. no arrests in either shooting. >>> for the third time in two weeks a man has sexually molested a woman near stanford university. a man came up behind a walking on the sidewalk and groped her yesterday afternoon. two weeks ago, two women were groped near the stanford shopping center. the suspect is described as hispanic male, 20s to 30s, 5'5, 185 pounds long black hair wearing a thick gold chain, fitted white top and dark pants. >>> california supreme court rejected former bart police officer johannes mehserle's appeal. according to the chronicle yesterday the state's high court denied a review of a state appeals court rulin
in the bay area would have a special place on this day. katie marzullo, abc7 news. >>> san francisco firefighters held their own 9/11 salute. all 43 stations in san francisco paused to remember the 343 firefighters and paramedics who died trying to save people in the burning towers in new york city. they read the names of each one of those first responders. fire chief white, police chief and mayor lee all attended the ceremony at station 7. the firefighters do this every year and the chief says that won't be changing any time soon. >> there's a special bond, brotherhood, sisterhood in the fire service, in law enforcement as well and so, we just want to keep that spirit alive and the memory alive some said did you want to stop at 10 years? i think it is appropriate to have this type of ceremony every year. >> 53 new firefighter cadets were also on hand. the mayor and chief said it is important for them to see the responsibility they will have as firefighters and to show them how much the public appreciates the job. >> firefighters in san jose marked their fallen colleagues at station
the flight was able to continue to its destination. katie marzullo, abc7 news. >>> now to voice your vote. president obama took his campaign to toledo, ohio he spoke at the united auto workers labor day celebration. the president offered his own critique on the message republicans shared last week. >> the president: we saw three straight days of an agenda out of the last century. it was a rerun. you might as well have watched it on black and white tv with some rabbit ears on there. [ laughing ] >> the president: should have been on nick at night. >> republican nominee mitt romney watched his wife ann takeoff and a jet ski before he followed in a boat in new hampshire. the former massachusetts governor plans to stay off the campaign trail during the democratic convention that will romney a chance to prepare for next month's debate. his campaign said far too many -- for too many americans today is another day of worrying when their next paycheck will come. new poll found mitt romney did not get a big boost from last week's convention. the new poll finds the presidential race in a dead heat.
to libya was from the bay area. chris stevens got his law degree at u.c. hastings in san francisco. katie marzullo joins us with the latest anti-u.s. demonstrations erupting. >> we're getting word of two deaths outside the embassy in tunisia. a cloud of smoke has been seen around the embassy there. thousands are throwing rocks at police and police are feirlg tear gas at protestors. also in lebanon, at least one person is dead. security officials say a crowd set fire to a kfc and arby's restaurant. they clashed with police who opened fire killing one person. a u.s. four say a response team has arrived in yemen as security forces were firing live rounds and tear gas into the crowd of about 2,000 protestors who were trying to march to the u.s. embassy. yesterday, hundreds of protestors stormed the embassy compound and burned the american flag. in cairo, egypt, fourth day of the row of scenes just like this. senior officials say suspected islamic militants stormed their base near the gaza-israel border. they blocked wait leading from the tahrir square and police using tear gas to digs percent
have a great monday. captioned by closed captioning services, inc. >>> good morning i'm katie marzullo in for eric thomas this morning. >>> and i'm kristen sze. expect marches and rallies in the bay area with 30 other cities across the u.s. on this one year anniversary of the occupy movement. in new york city where it started on september 17th, 2011. protesters are gathering in zuccotti park with plans to march near the new york stock exchange. saturday 300 marched, at least a dozen arrests, but no major problems. last year the mayor ordered police to evict protesters from the plaza. >> occupy protesters have several demonstrations planned today to mark the anniversary of the start of the movement. amy hollyfield is in the financial district with what we can expect there. >> reporter: we've got a group already occupying now. it is a small group, they've camped out overnight to start making their statement. they say don't let their size fool you. they believe the movement is still going strong. it is a far cry interest the crowds we saw at the beginning of the occupy movement.
firefighter to the hospital. katie marzullo is there live. >> reporter: i'll have you look behind me while i tell you -- [ inaudible ] single engine arrived and did see smoke pouring out of the building -- [ inaudible ] >> obviously, we are having technical problems. we'll get back to katie in a little bit. >>> developing news, san francisco police keeping an eye on small group of occupy protesters who illegally set up in justin herman plaza overnight. the protesters marched all afternoon into the night in the financial district the anniversary of the occupy wall street movement that began a year ago. the day was loud but peaceful. at times there were about 300 people. organizers say they've been quietly pressuring banks to work with people to adjust loan payment plans. a live report on the developing situation in justin herman plaza at 5:00 with >>> mitt romney is making no apologies this morning -- this morning for a video that sur figuresed. he tells a closed meeting of wealthy donors almost half of all americans believe they are victims, entitled to expensive government support. tahman b
passengers who did retrieve their checked bags to give them time to recheck those bags. katie marzullo, abc7 news. >>> occupy san francisco demonstrators remain at justin herman plaza right now with police watching to make sure they don't bring tents back to the location. the most focusing on the economy marked its one year anniversary yesterday. amy hollyfield has been there all morning. peaceful so far, but determined to stay? >> reporter: they say they are staying. take look behind me, there aren't that many of them, but enough to have police watching them and vendors out here on edge. it was looking like a clash with police and protesters was in the making. occupy activists pitched tents and spent the night in justin herman plaza, which is illegal. they say they were enjoying the energy that came if the movement's first anniversary celebration, yesterday. and wanted to channel it to an occupation of the >> mission is to keep the occupy movement going strong for the fall. we have a huge resurgence today all over the country from zuccotti park to here. people are here to bring the camp bac
captioned by closed captioning services, inc. >>> good morning i'm katie marzullo. >>> i'm eric thomas. cheryl jennings and kristen sze are off today. >> 17-year-old teen in the east bay who was behind the wheel of an suv that killed a father and daughter changed his plea today. laura anthony is live at the courthouse. >> reporter: the nouri family as they met with reporters on the steps of the courthouse was more sad than mad about this plea agreement in juvenile court. a large group of them were in the courtroom as this 17-year-old boy pled guilty to two felony counts of vehicular manslaughter with gross and one misdemeanor count, reckless driving with bodily injure injury. in court it came out the boy was diving 72 in a 45 mile per hour zone april 7th, when his suv jumped the curb and killed a man and his 9-year-old daughter. the 12-year-old had minor injuries. after the hearing the nouri family solemnly left the court building and spoke with reporters, heartbroken they did express relief that this part of their ordeal is over. >> everybody is a parent, a wife, sister, broth
to end labor dispute after horrendous call by a replacement ref monday night. katie marzullo is here with reaction. >> reporter: this is the play the replacement ref ruling what looked like an interception touchdown giving green baena controversial win over seattle. >> call stands touchdown. >> reporter: it was a jaw-dropper for fans, players and eye-opener for nfl owners. >> it became clear this is more than winners and losers and complaining about a bad call. >> reporter: after getting nowhere for months the past 48 hours sought intensive negotiations. the lockout is lifted and there's a deal on the table. starting tonight, not a moment too soon for players. >> sweet. >> great to have the regular refs back. >> reporter: sources say both sides are pleased officials get more money and benefits and the nfl has the power to hire and train back-ups to replace bad ones. in the last hour commissioner goodell said this >> you don't go into one of these trying to create a win/ lose. you create a win/win. you are looking for a long term agreementthat people can say we're proud of. >> reporte
without her. >> reporter: i'm katie marzullo at justin herman plaza in san francisco, it is the last friday of the month that means critical mass. this month, this year, is special.
, officers will be on bikes if possible, best to avoid the downtown area in a car. katie marzullo, abc7 news. >>> you can navigate around critical mass or any other traffic jam by using waze, abc7's free traffic app download it for free from abc7news.com/waze. if you are new to waze, we'll show you cool tricks, after the break. >>> also, rare apology from the head of apple over the new iphone map app. >>> bipartisan owner at state capitol for former president capitol for former president and califo [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. introducing at&t u-verse high speed internet with more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hot spots than ever. call at&t now to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. it's the fastest internet for the price. our newly expanded advanced digital network gives you more of what you enjoy online. and with at&t, our wireless gateway turns your home into a private wi-fi hot spot that connects your
the downtown area in a car. katie marzullo, abc7 news. >>> you can navigate around critical mass or any other traffic jam by using waze, abc7's free traffic app download it for free from abc7news.com/waze. if you are new to waze, we'll show you cool tricks, after the break. >>> also, rare apology from the head of apple over the new iphone map app. >>> bipartisan owner at state ca >> apple's ceo is apologizing saying he's extremely sorry for the problems with the map application on the new iphone 5. terry, i guess apple's loss is another company's gain. >> reporter: it is. this whole thing prompted that apple apology. apple replaced google maps with apple maps but the apple app is tphroupbd dering so badly some are mocking it on social media. ceo tim cook issued apology today to the millions of iphone 5 users because of apple maps. customers are complaining the problems with the map app are all over the place. fewer details, lacking public transit directions, misplaced landmarks just to name a few. tech analyst says it is a problem but not for long. >> it is a short term embarrassment. they re
for joining us i'm katie marzullo in for kristen sze. >>> and i'm eric thomas it is labor day. >> we'll check in with mike for the forecast. >>> good morning. starting off with a dry live doppler. area you see here in mauve color dense fog advisory 9:00, visibility down to quarter of a mile so be careful there. today at the coast it will be partly cloudy low to mid 60s sunny around the bay, 72 to 84, warmest temperatures inland 87 to 94. let's find out about that commute with sue hall. >>> we don't have much of a commute, good morning holiday light. one point i wanted to mention if you are stpeging someone from tahoe this early labor -- expecting someone from tahoe this early labor day 80 donner lake accident. this is closer to home 80 westbound towards the bay bridge, macarthur maze light once you get to the bay bridge no metering lights on. minor delays headed across the -- across the san mateo bridge and alternate 237 otherwise folks -- [ unintelligible ] >>> 6: . the family of a man shot -- 6:02. the family of a man shot by police has lead to questions. police say they fired more than 30
>>. >>> good morning, i'm katie marzullo in pleasant hill where a police chase ended in a in gunfire at an elementary school. >> also an oakland family returns to find their home engulfed in flames. >> kristen: bart says the poops must go and they are willing to spend big bucks to make it happen. >> sue hall. it's friday and friday light so far. bay bridge toll plaza lights remain off. we'll give you an update in a couple minutes. >> i'm mike nicco. starting out with clouds in the same area as we did yesterday. mainly the bay and north bay and out to the coast. as far as our temperatures today they are going to be coolest at the coast and cooler than yesterday. also some 70 around the bay and 80s in the east bay valleys. >> kristen: young kids, saying poop. >> you got say it. >> kristen: good morning. 5:00, i'm kristen sze. >> eric: topping news. classes will go on schedule despite a frightening incident. >> a chase begin in vallejo ended in gunfire at fair oaks elementary. katie marzullo is live at the school to explain. >> reporter: when parents and students arrived
weapon at last check. katie marzullo, "abc 7 news". >> kristen: new this morning, contra costa authorities are investigating a fire at a strip mall in antioch. it started when some trees caught on fire at a mall on sycamore street. it spread to a 99 cent store nearby. there was another small fire down the street overnight. there were no injuries. amy hollyfield will have more on the story coming up in our next half-hour. >> eric: firefighters are trying to determine the cause of a fire that badly damaged a home in the oakland hills. sky7-hd was overhead as it on broke out yesterday evening. it turned the house into a condominium any with smoke billowing out. the fire may have smoldered in the wooden braces of the basement used for earthquake protection. >> kristen: a vigil is planned in memory seven 7-eleven store. where a 57-year-old man was shot to death during a robbery early saturday morning. police have not made any arrests but they have released surveillance photos of three suspects. take a close look here. 7-eleven is offering a $10,000 reward in the case. >> highway pat
more than 3,000 lives on u.s. sail. katie marzullo begins team coverage. the first moment -- first moment of silence shortly. >> reporter: just in 15 minutes or less there are a lot of heavy hearts today as the nation remembers this horrific day. first live to new york city and ground zero. the ceremony there is going to be unique this year, only relatives will read the names of the 2977 victims who were killed there, government officials will not be speaking at ground zero today. family members say they appreciate that and need their privacy. four and a half million people have visited the memorial at world trade center since it opened last year. nearby, the new 1 world trade center stands tall in lower manhattan. >> the progress and the momentum at 1 world trade center and the entire site is a testimony to the region's resilience and resurgence. >> reporter: president obama and the first lady will observe a moment of silence 5:467 at the white house before going to a ceremony at the pentagon. vice president biden is expected to speak at the flight 93 national memorial near shanks
, dumbarton bridge closure we'll update you on that. [ inaudible ] >>> good morning i'm katie marzullo in for kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. got a barbecue planned or outing? let's check with mike. >> check out with mike and find out what time to come over. i did smoke some stuff last night was fun. >> he meant on the grill. >> meat! >> he meant on the grill everybody. [ laughing ] >>> moving on. good morning everybody, see the pink right here or whatever color katie wants to tell me it prop early is that's where we have a dense fog advisory this morning, until account, from daly city down to about -- until 9:00, from daly city to about carmel by the sea. running in the low to mid 60s along the coast, a few clouds, sunny around the bay, 72 to 84, warm to hot inland, plenty of sun, 87 to 94. time for the news. >>> 5:02. the family of a man who was shot to death by vallejo police say there are many unanswered questions about what led up to the gunfire. police say they fired more than 30 rounds, ing the man had a gun. -- believing the man had a gun. amy hollyfield is live in vallejo th
for joining us i'm kristen sze. >>> and i'm katie marzullo in for eric thomas. today marks one year anniversary of occupy movement with marches and rallies planned in more than 30 cities this is a live look you can see police enforcement on the streets of new york. demonstrators have been marching on wall street. a few minutes ago they marched toward the new york stock exchange where police used barricades to keep them from going inside. it started september 17th, 2011 protesters gathered at zuccotti park, new york city mayor sent police in to evict demonstrators. today quieter scene so far, again, plenty of police presence on the streets of new york. you can see them there, already having made arrests over the weekend. >> looks like there were people earlier there on broadway and they moved, marched to the new york stock exchange. we'll continue to cover what is happening in new york. in the bay area occupy protesters have several demonstrations planned in san francisco today to mark the anniversary of the start of the movement. amy hollyfield is live in san francisco's financial d
you had a great weekend. i'm kristen sze. >>> and i'm katie marzullo in for eric thomas. >>> clouds almost everywhere except east bay not as many there nor in the napa valley you will get some over the next hour or two, doppler not showing much moisture in those clouds. coast cloudy off to a grey start 7:00, low to mid 50s breezy by noonĂș0cr into 4:00, a few slivers of sun mid to upper 50s by 7:00. around the bay cloudy, low clouds especially from 48 to 54 at 7:00, sunny by 4:00, low 60s to low 70s, inland starts 40s and 50s this morning noon sunny by 4:00 in the low to upper 70s. cooler than yesterday. here's sue. >>> good morning. update earlier accident el cerrito five-car crash at cutting on to the right, live look this is past university headed westbound. traffic is getting heavier into the macarthur maze. not too bad past the scene still a little slowing, little under the limit 80 west near cutting that accident cleared to the right. coming downtown howard remains closed all week for the dream force convention, heavy off of 101 at third street and anywhere south of market. >>
a restaurant fire that broke out overnight in the east bay. let's go live to katie marzullo. >> reporter: this is the tequila grill behind us the back of the restaurant which technically faces east 14th straight. this was a one alarm fire, firefighters had it out under 40 minutes. not the biggest fire by firefighting standards, but just goes to show what a dangerous job this is, because a firefighter was injured. he suffered a severe leg injury. he was on the roof at the time using a saw to try and cut a hole in the roof to ventilate the fire. something happened up there. the chief says maybe the saw jumped on him and his leg got cut. the injury is not life-threatening but described as very severe. the fire broke out after 2:00 this morning when the first engine arrived, firefighters found heavy smoke and fire from the back of the building. actually, a bricked in storage room that had a dumpster in or near it at the back of the restaurant that's when the fire seems to have originated. it did breakthrough the entry door. it did come into the restaurant. firefighters were able to save the
a jab last night. katie marzullo with the latest. >> reporter: this morning coming off that appearance on letterman, president obama spending a rare full day at the white house. mitt romney has a fundraiser in atlanta and two appearances in miami. a lot of people asking who took the secret video that has landed romney in hot water? coed for of mother jones magazine which published the recording tells abc news the person is someone excited about being in a room with a presidential candidate. the tape did not come from opposition researchers or a political campaign. it appears the video was shot from a bar in the room at one point you can hear someone order a drink. it was president carter's grandson, james carter iv who acted as liaison between who record the video and magazine. >> a lot of my twitter followers have been saying this is poetic justice that a carter was the one that had helped to get thought video that has given the romney campaign so much trouble. a grew with that. -- i agree with that >> reporter: last night president obama capitalized on the remarks in the video that h
obama took a jab at his opponent on late night tv. katie marzullo is live in the newsroom with the latest. >> reporter: this morning mitt romney has a fundraiser in atlanta and two in miami president obama is spending a rare full day at the white house. the president coming off appearance on the late show with david letterman. he took the opportunity last night to take a jab at his opponents and the remarks romney made in secretly recorded video. romney told supporters nearly half of americans believe they are victims, entitled to government support and as a he doesn't feel a need to worry about them. >> the president: one of the things i've learned as president is, you represent the entire country. my expectation is if you want to be president you gotta work for everybody, not just for some. >> reporter: mother jones magazine published the recording the coed for tells abc7 news the person who did the recording is someone who was excited about being in the room with a presidential candidate that the tape did not come from opposition researchers or a political campaign. we
could help clear the way for construction of some of the tiniest apartments anywhere. katie marzullo is live in san francisco with the story. >> reporter: i'm going to throw numbers at you. the current standards for minimum living space is 290 square feet. behind us, these are currently inhabiteded the condos here are -- 300 square feet they are considered microapartments. what the future would hold if supervisors pass this new law would be 220 square feet of living space and that is about the size of an average parking space where i'm standing here if that helps you visualize that. let's look inside at one of these 220 square feet microapartments this a mock-up. pretty much everything has to do double duty living space, kitchen, bathroom and a closet. 220 square feet. supervisor scott weiner and his supporters say it is the only way to go in a city like san francisco you have more than 40% of the population single people living alone and the average price of a studio apartment is more than $2,000 a month. tiny is the only choice for those people. the price would be more like $1200 o
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